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The Digital Library for Earth System Education (DLESE) is a distributed digital library with the goals of (1) establishing the library as the premier trusted source for high quality Earth system educational resources and service; (2) promoting sustainable library growth (in usage, resources, and services) through community building and community participation in library governance, development, and operation; and (3) serving as a catalyst for Earth system science education reform.

The DLESE Project Office is responsible for leading community discussions surrounding the growth of the DLESE digital collection, for coordinating the development of the array of services that will support the creation of exemplary resources and their use in enhancing geoscience education, and for leading the community-building activities of the core service groups.

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Where's the most electrifying place in NM?

Quemado, New Mexico, USA

Quemado, NM is home to the Walter De Maria Lightning Field. The lightning field contains 400 polished stainless steel poles installed in a grid array measuring 1mi by 1 km. What's the story?
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How lightning works []
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